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Repeated Injections of Botox into the Masseter Muscle... A Longitudinal Study

The authors of this study examined mandibular bone before and after subjects received Botox injections into each masseter muscle. These volunteers were healthy adults (22-48 years old), both male and female, who wanted injections to slim their faces.

Washington Post Article on TMD

The Washington Post recently featured an article on Temporomandibular Disorders. Below is an excerpt from that article and a link to the full story.

Partnering to Improve Chronic Pain Care

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) held three meetings this summer with the goal of developing the first public-private partnership (PPP) to develop safe and effective treatments for chronic pain, as well as new treatments for opioid addiction and overdose.

TMJ Patient RoundTable Project: Status Update

The TMJ Association is acting as the catalyst to develop the TMJ Patient RoundTable, a broad initiative to advance the interests of patients with temporomandibular disorders (TMD). It encompasses collaborations with all stakeholders and

Educational Brochures on Chronic Overlapping Pain Conditions

This brochure addresses what are Chronic Overlapping Pain Conditions (COPCs), how COPCs are diagnosed, the complexity of the chronic pain experience, and how to work with your health care provider to develop a treatment plan. It is available by postal ma

Patients Needed in Baltimore MD Area: Study on Genetics and Facial, Jaw and Headache Pain

  • Sep 23, 2016

Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Nursing asked us to post the following announcement on a research opportunity for patients.

Chronic orofacial pain represents an economic burden both in the United States and worldwide affecting 5-10% of the population. Researchers at the University of Maryland, Baltimore have developed a novel and comprehensive genetic, behavioral and imaging approach to study the role of genetic variations on pain mechanisms in healthy participants as well as participants with facial, jaw and headache pain.

Who is eligible to participate?

You may qualify if:

  • You are 18-65 years of age
  • You speak and understand English
  • You are either in good health or you have had headaches, facial pain, and/or jaw pain recently

This research study:

  •  Requires one screening visit for ensuring eligibility
  •  Requires one experimental study session lasting no more than four hours

Compensation for all sessions and parking vouchers are provided. If you are interested, please email CollocaLab@son.umaryland.edu or call 410-706-5975. For more information, please read the informational flyer.

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